Kilimanjaro Live, along with countless others involved in the live music industry, are taking today to mark the start of the #LetTheMusicPlay campaign. Our aim is to raise awareness of the plight of the live music industry in the UK as a result of the lockdown measures brought in to
Lisa talks to Accounting and Business about building Kilimanjaro Live from the Ground Up, and how ten years of events have shaped us.
Berlin, August 21st, 2017 – DEAG Deutsche Entertainment AG (DEAG), Berlin, listed on the Prime Standard is acquiring a majority shareholding of British promoter Flying Music Group Holding Ltd. through its British subsidiary Kilimanjaro Holdings Ltd. In fiscal year 2016/2017, the Flying Music Group, which has been profitable since its
Kilimanjaro’s very own San Phillips (Executive Assistant to CEO, Stuart Galbraith) was interviewed in this month’s addition of Live UK Magazine. The full interview is available to read below.
Kilimanjaro’s very own Zac Fox (Head of Operations) was interviewed in this month’s addition of Live UK Magazine. The full interview is available to read below.
Kilimanjaro Group and CEO Stuart Galbraith are delighted to confirm that they have completed a deal with DEAG (Deutsche Entertainment AG ) which means that DEAG will going forward have a controlling share in the British concert, tour and festival promoter Kilimanjaro live ltd and its subsidiary Twin Peaks Festivals